There is no better way to be a “good neighbor” to the AWCZ than to volunteer your time and talent to the organization! Help clean-up after a coffee morning or other event, become a monthly Library volunteer, or offer to bring snacks to your next activity meeting. Have a bit more time? Consider one of the key positions below. And don’t forget, volunteering is always more fun with a friend. Consider co-chairing to get the work done with a bit more fun and laughter.
Learn a valuable new skill while providing essential funds for the Club as the Advertising Manager for The Round Robin. Previous advertising or marketing experience not necessary, but organizational skills and attention to detail are a must! On the job training will be provided. Contact email@example.com for more information on this great opportunity to add practical experience to your CV!
The Excursions team has a wonderful time choosing trips to all areas of this beautiful country, while taking advantage of events ranging from festivals, celebrations, exhibits and traditions that cannot be seen anywhere else in the world! If you have any questions or would like to meet to discuss the possibilities, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Neighborhood Meet-up Coordinator
The Neighborhood Meet-ups (formerly know as Neighborhood Coffees) are a fabulous way for all Club members to meet new people. We are looking for a coordinator to support our current hostesses and oversee the organization. Not only coffees; but apéros, walks, museum visits – the sky’s the limit!
Contact email@example.com to get this job percolating!
Spring Sale Team
It’s only just finished, but already the buzz is that the American Women’s Club’s first rummage sale provided yet another service for the community and increased our visiblilty in the Seefeld area. A small team is needed to put together the 2018 Sale. About two months of planning time will get the job done! Contact Karen Spink at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Welcome Team Co-leader
Reach out to Club newcomers and share your knowledge with a smile! The Welcome Team works with the VP of Member Relations and Activities and the Neighborhood Meet-up Coordinator to help ensure new members feel welcome and comfortable at the Club. New ideas and activities most welcome! Contact email@example.com now to learn more about this impactful role.
Workshop Week Team
Workshop Week (WW) 2018 is eight months away, but it’s never too early to put a team together and think about making your mark on this iconic Club event. WW is a great service to our members and the wider community, as well as a major fundraiser for the Club. Here’s your chance to run an independent project for 4-6 months (depending on your availability). Contact Karen Spink at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.